Driver Cited After Striking Passenger, Cars At DIAA 75-year-old driver was cited twice for allegedly striking a passenger and causing a chain reaction at Denver International Airport Monday morning near the west terminal entrance.
Robbery Attempt At Light Rail Station Backfires When Would-Be Victim Gets The GunA shooting late Wednesday night at a light rail station led to an arrest after the would-be robber had the tables turned on him by his victim.
Grandfather Of Toddler Who Died: 'I Don't Want To Cremate Him And Burn Him Again'The mother of a Denver toddler who died on Wednesday is now under arrest along with her boyfriend.
Scammers Try To Cash In On Vandalized Fallen Officers MemorialDenver police are warning of a new scam that strikes close to home for the department because it tries to cash in on the recent vandalism to the memorial for fallen officers.
Police Urge Women To Be On Alert When Walking AlonePolice in Denver are urging women, and everyone, to be on alert when walking by themselves after two sexual assault attacks occurred in two days just blocks from each other.
Police: Driver Prowled LoDo, Sexually Assaulted PassengerA man who may be pretending to be a professional town car or cab driver sexually assaulted a woman after picking her up in Lower Downtown last month.
Parking Lot Scammer Wanted After Taking Cash From DriversPolice in Denver are searching for a man who they believe scammed several drivers out of their money by pretending to be a parking attendant. He took cash from drivers who parked in a lot but didn't work there.
Off-Duty Officer Tackles Bank Robbery Suspect, Spilling Stolen CashAn off-duty Denver Police officer tackled a bank robbery suspect to try to keep him from getting away after the thief targeted the US Bank on East Colfax Wednesday morning. That scuffle knocked most of the stolen cash out of his possession.
Coors Field Push Cart Vendors Told To Move OutDenver officials are reversing course and barring push carts around Coors Field.
Side Streets Will Stay Icy For A Couple Of DaysUp to 16 inches of snow fell in some parts of the Denver metro area over the weekend. With temperatures staying below freezing for a few days side streets could stay icy for a while.
Sensors Will Wipe Out Parking On Someone Else's DimeChanges are on the way for parking meters in Denver. A new pilot program is logging the habits of drivers which means you can't use the last person's unused space.
Don't Expect Side Streets In Denver To Be Plowed Snow plow crews have been patrolling the streets in the Denver metro area since snow began falling Wednesday evening. But don't expect those blades to clear side streets.